Greg Morgan

greg morgan in beige shirt, grey suit, short light brown hair
Detective/Sergeant, one of the largest police departments on the West Coast
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Areas of Expertise

  • Law Enforcement
  • Criminal Street Gangs
  • Organizational Leadership

Greg Morgan is an Adjunct Professor for the Master’s degree program in Homeland Security. 

Greg Morgan is a full-time Detective/Sergeant in one of the largest police departments on the West Coast, with 14 years of experience.  His past assignments include patrol, surveillance, investigations, emergency operations, and gang enforcement.

While serving as an officer, Greg served on an FBI Joint Task Force targeting gang-related homicides. As a Sergeant, Greg served as the supervisor of a Gang Enforcement team and helped his area achieve a significant reduction in gang-related crime during his tenure. Greg currently works as a Detective Supervisor in a station that serves more than 150,000 residents.  

Greg has also studied and taught extensively at the graduate and undergraduate levels, in the areas of homeland security, leadership, ethics and criminology.


  • B.A. in Political Science, University of Chicago 
  • Certificate in Risk Management, Stanford University
  • M.P.S. in Homeland Security, The George Washington University

Classes Taught

  • PSHS 6241 – Globalization of Threats & International Security
  • PSHS 6242 – Security & Civil Liberties